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Security software targets bomb makers

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    Security software targets bomb makers
    By Allison Barrie
    Published August 14, 2014
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    Intelligent Software Solutions
    Dfuze, a specially-built software for law enforcement and the intelligence community, aims to help investigators link bomb fragments to bomb makers.
    The technology has been adopted by high-profile organizations in more than 20 countries, including U.S. Special Operations Command, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms, the Canadian military, and U.K. law enforcement agencies. The U.K’s Scotland Yard was the first to use the technology as its bomb database.

    The software was originally developed in the U.K., but is now owned by Colorado Springs, CO.-based Intelligent Software Solutions.
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